Date of Award
Master of Science
Department of Operational Sciences
Mark A. Gallagher, PhD
In the pursuit of digital transformation, the Air Force creates digital airmen. Digital airmen are robotic process automations designed to eliminate the repetitive high-volume low-cognitive tasks that absorb so much of our Airmen's time. The automation product results in more time to focus on tasks that machines cannot sufficiently perform data analytics and improving the Air Force's informed decision-making. This research investigates the assessment of potential automation cases to ensure that we choose viable tasks for automation and applies multivariate analysis to determine which factors indicate successful projects. The data is insufficient to provide significant insights.
DTIC Accession Number
Unkrich, Charles M., "Identifying Characteristics for Success of Robotic Process Automations" (2022). Theses and Dissertations. 5451.
Artificial Intelligence and Robotics Commons, Other Operations Research, Systems Engineering and Industrial Engineering Commons